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more than 230,000 women in the u-s are diagnosed with breast cancer ... and about 1 in 8 u-s women will develop breast cancer in their lifetime but the odds of surviving this devestating disease are getting better every year. this month is breast cancer awareness month ... we meet one survivor finds joy in helping other women struggling with breast cancer. ">>>when donna spagna was diagnosed with breast cancer 7 years ago, she was devestated because she had been getting mamograms every year. that part was the hardest, the beginning part was the most difficult thing i had ever done mostly because in the beginning when your diagnosed you don't realize that it's a lot of decisions for women to make.women take a big part now in their cancer treatment she turned to the american cancer society for support ... spagna is now a cancer survivor ... working in the cancer society's wig bank ... helping cancer patients to look good and feel better. i've been working primarily at the american cancer society, bringing forward their wig bank program and working with their look good...feel better p
customers at the door during the home opener against u-s-c, which the spartans won 10-2. the rink can hold no more than 500 people in the bleachers, and 200 standing-room-only, says team manager andy dickerson. the new crowds are giving his team a much-needed boost. "it's always great to have a loud building, to try and intimidate, to try and set a good feeling for opponents that come in. because we often get that on the road, and it's really great to have that at home." the spartans rallied from a 2-0 deficit last friday against utah state thanks to a crowd that was not just full of people, but also family and friends. sam dwyer: "well, there's people that you know, there's a couple guys we went to school with, you know, high school, and obviously people they go to school with now." wolp: "you get much closer to the action when you go to a san jose state game. not only the fact that you are physically closer, but you are closer to the athletes themselves." the results over the first two games have been overwhelmingly positive both on the ice and in the stands. but what does this mean goin
about the future of higher education in california and why? thanks for joining us dr.bullock the u-s census bureau says latinos make up one of six residents in the united states. so with the election day less then two weeks away... will the latino vote have an impact (?) update news' pedro garcia shows us the last minute push to register latinos to vote. ">>>on the corner of story and king in east san jose...a group that advocates for immigrant rights...siren attempted to get latinos registered to vote. jeremy barousse/ siren "we are out here registering voters. it's the last day to register to vote in the state of california, so we've just launching this massive outreach to get those last minute immigrants who are out here who want to register to vote." in the united states, there are more than 21 million eligible latino voters. about 11 million of them are registered to vote. 6 and a half million voted in the previous election. political activist omar torres says every voice counts. omar torres/political activist "it's extremely important that we go out there and vote because our v
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